- 114.9 billion Shiba Inu tokens were sent by an unknown whale, which is astounding.
- According to Etherscan, 114,952,894,138 coins were transferred in total.
- Shiba Inu, with the address 0.0000005 SHIB, has received a payment in the amount of 14,952,894,138.
A Twitter user named @shibaplay_ tweeted a link to Etherscan less than an hour ago to demonstrate how a mysterious whale had sent a staggering 114.9 billion Shiba Inu tokens. The sender’s address no longer has any Shiba Inu since its SHIB balance was exhausted.
— ShibaPlay (@shibaplay_) September 2, 2022
From the ETH wallet at 0x5937f64670545698c2c92f2707093cd84c106351 to 0x84fd9a5e47bca5624e04fe3e687cfb31c7e6c Know, a total of 114,952,894,138 coins were transferred, according to Etherscan. The recipient’s address previously only had the number of meme coins received, and the sender’s wallet balance is now zero.
Shiba Inu has been sent in the amount of 14,952,894,138 to Binance Wallet, which has the address 0.0000005 SHIB. Shiba Inu stashes were also delivered to other exchanges, but this one received the most volume of trades. A total of 272 million SHIB were sent to the same Binance wallet by three other addresses.
Travis Johnson, a creator of mobile games, has updated the @shib superstore Twitter account with a fresh message celebrating SHIB Burns’ eleventh month. According to information from his Twitter bio, Johnson started his SHIB Burn campaign in November of last year and has already sent a total of 2,794,881,641 to the dead-end wallet.
He joined the Amazon associate program earlier this year and started purchasing and burning Shiba Inus with the money he made from commission payments. Johnson said in a previous tweet that the Amazon product has demonstrated to be “a sustainable daily burner.”
The total has been successfully destroyed over the last 24 hours, according to the Shibburn transaction tracker @Shibburn. Mem Tokens: 130,695,987
However, this amount of SHIB is less than what was ignited the previous day. The overall SHIB burn rate has decreased to 69.59%, according to the Burn Tracker website.
The “whales,” or big investors, now prefer to hold onto their SHIBs than sell their meme tokens. According to wallet tracking service WhaleStats, the top 100 whales on Ethereum presently control 12,015,673,898,858 Shibas worth $147,312,162.